QualificationNew Zealand Certificate in Pacific Language (Cook Islands Māori) (Level 4)Programme code: NZ3771
International feesNot available to international students
Learn how to take the everyday conversations and formalise them to engage more appropriately with your Pā Metua Pakari, and Orometua, through the use of Te Reo Māori Kuki Airani.
By the end of the programme you will be able to engage comfortably in more formal contexts within the family and church setting, community functions and workplace.
You will learn skills on how to MC events and acknowledge distinguished guests. This is the best place to start if you eventually want to explore Peu e te Akano’anga Māori Kuki Airani.
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Open entry for domestic students
Some language knowledge is required.
International students: English language entry requirements
For the minimum English language requirements refer to the requirements set out in the NZQF Programme and Accreditation Rules https://www.nzqa.govt.nz/providers-partners/qa-system-for-teos/english-international-students/
International students will generally be required to provide evidence of English language proficiency, for this programme an IELTS General or Academic score of 5.5 with no band score lower than 5 is required. Equivalent acceptable evidence can be seen at the following NZQA link: https://www.nzqa.govt.nz/about-us/our-role/legislation/nzqa-rules/nzqf-related-rules/the-table/
You will need to complete the below four courses (60 credits):
830.410 My surroundings (Cook Islands Māori) (15 credits)
Learn to apply respectful terms in Cook Islands Māori to close surroundings.
830.411 My family (Cook Islands Māori) (15 credits)
Learn to apply formal language in family contexts.
830.412 My community (Cook Islands Māori) (15 credits)
Learn to apply formal language to different communities.
830.413 Culture (Cook Islands Māori) (15 credits)
Learn to develop and apply a deeper understanding of the Cook Islands Māori language and culture.
Information is correct as at 3 November 2022. Programme fees are based on a full-time student and may vary depending on your final selection of courses that make up your programme. To provide you with an indication of costs, the approximate fees quoted in this publication are based on the indicative 2023 fee structure. The indicative programme fees for 2023 do not include the Compulsory Student Services Fee (CSSF). The CSSF is an additional levy to your 2023 programme or course fees. Further information about the CSSF can be found here www.manukau.ac.nz/cssf. Programmes stated as eligible for free study in 2023 are based on the 2022 fee structure and subject to funding confirmation for 2023. All fees are in New Zealand Dollars. You will be advised of the current fees at the time of enrolment. All courses and programmes will proceed subject to numbers and academic approval. Manukau Institute of Technology is part of Te Pūkenga – New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology. Te Pukenga is accredited under the provisions of the Education and Training Act 2020. International students must study in class and will not be able to enrol for online study options.